Clarey Sage Essential Oil
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Clarey sage (Salvia sclarea) is a flowering herb that’s native to the Mediterranean Basin. The essential oil that’s extracted from the leaves and buds of the plant has a clean, refreshing scent that you can use as a skin balm or gently inhale as part of an aromatherapy treatment.
The Uses of Clarey Sage Essential Oil:
Clarey sage is easy to grow in high-temperature areas. It’s usually cultivated for its use as a flavoring in tea. It’s also known by the names “clear eye” and “eye bright” because of its traditional use as a treatment for eye health. But it’s now being studied for a variety of other health benefits.
When Should You Use Clarey Sage Essential Oil?
Clarey sage oil in diluted form may have a positive impact upon some strains of bacteria. Researchers think it could be an effective treatment alone or in addition to traditional treatments for wound care.
For Stress Reduction:
Aromatherapy uses the power of scent to calm the mind and reduce feelings of anxiety. Your olfactory system directly affects the part of your brain that regulates emotion. That’s why what you smell can trigger memories and elicit feelings, both negative and positive.
Clarey sage has been tested on both animals and humans to determine its potential benefits as an antidepressant. Some studies show that menopausal women indicated that inhaled clary sage oil reduced cortisol, the stress hormone, and produced an antidepressant-like effect
Example of Clarey Sage Essential Oil Usages:
- Breath the scent in deeply to induce calmness on the go. You can find small bottles at local health stores or online.
- You can shake the oil in water and use it as a room spray. Just be sure to give the bottle a good shake between spritzes. You can also spray this mixture lightly on your bedding or couch cushions.
- Do a patch test to check to see if you’re sensitive to this essential oil.
- Don’t apply essential oils directly to your skin. Instead, add three to five drops in an ounce of carrier oil for a massage oil. Dab a stronger mixture directly on your skin, like a fine perfume. The pulse pints at your wrists and temples or behind your knees and ears are all good spots.
- Sprinkle clary sage oil onto faded potpourri, or use the crushed leaves and buds in tiny linen packets to make drawer sachets